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Ramiz: SA will stay at the top for a long time

Former Pakistan batsman Ramiz Raja analyses Pakistan loss to South Africa by an innings and 18 runs in the third and final Test in Centurion (00:00)

Interviewer: Firdose Moonda

February 24, 2013

Posted by   on (February 25, 2013, 12:38 GMT)

no doubt in this that SA is the best Test Team, and most importantly with the best playing combinations. in other hand Pakistan is also a good team, but there are some bad-luck for them, one of the worst thing about them is that they are really thirsty to play cricket in their home ground for a long time, they badly need a Pace attack and the team is really missing of the bowler who is 'Muhammad Amir' specially, because batting of Pakistan line-up is always a problem they hardly win a match with their batting performance they usually win the match by the support of their bowlers. if you are playing with the best side in the world so they have to plan for this but sorry to say that i can't see any playing strategy in our side. one more thing is that the involvement of the team management in the selection of players, if any hear that the Coach is not happy with the team selection. Better luck next time for Pakistan, they should learn from their mistake and look forward for ODI & T20...

Posted by ABLcric on (February 25, 2013, 12:15 GMT)

i agree with Sid. Pakistan played the best Test team in their own courtyard against the two best ranked Test bowlers. Now, lets prepare for them to visit Emirates for return series in October. Sadly, its only 2 Test matches!! Disagree with Yogesh. SA is not yet the best ever side. I think, Lloyd's West Indies team still remains the best in Test matches.

Posted by Pathiyal on (February 25, 2013, 12:06 GMT)

SA looks like they have the right kind of arms and amunitions right now! As of now, they are a great team to watch - a team which lacks nothing!

Posted by yogesh61 on (February 25, 2013, 9:28 GMT)

south africa is the best side ever in the test cricket

Posted by   on (February 24, 2013, 22:55 GMT)

south africa's batting is a murderers row and their pace battery is best in the world.we were beaten fair and square,nothing to be ashamed of.whats next for pakistan ,that remains to be seen.

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